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Sid Grauman (1879–1950)

Sid Grauman was born on March 17, 1879 in Indianapolis, Indiana, USA as Sidney Patrick Grauman. He is known for his work on Week End in Hollywood (1947), Mad About Music (1938) and The Gold Rush (1925). He was married to Rose. He died on March 5, 1950 in Hollywood, California, USA. See full bio »

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Week End in Hollywood
Mad About Music
Mad About Music Sid Grauman
The Gold Rush
The Gold Rush Extra in Chilkoot Pass Climb
Hollywood Himself


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 1938 Mad About Music
Sid Grauman
 1937 Hollywood Hotel
Sid Grauman (uncredited)
 1935 Call of the Wild
Second Poker Player (uncredited)
 1925 Ben-Hur: A Tale of the Christ
Chariot Race Spectator (uncredited)
 1925 The Gold Rush
Extra in Chilkoot Pass Climb (uncredited)
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 1943 Hello Frisco, Hello (technical advisor - uncredited)
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 1950 Screen Snapshots: Hollywood's Famous Feet (Documentary short)
Himself (uncredited)
 1950 Screen Snapshots: The Great Showman (Short)
 1949 Dancing in the Dark
Himself (uncredited)
 1947 Week End in Hollywood (Documentary short)
 1940 Star Dust
Himself, Sid Grauman (uncredited)
 1926 Screen Snapshots, Series 6, No. 16 (Documentary short)
 1923 Hollywood
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 1993 The Unknown Marx Brothers (TV Movie documentary)
Himself (uncredited)
 1965 Hollywood My Home Town (Documentary)
 1955 Screen Snapshots: The Great Al Jolson (Documentary short)
 1933 Hollywood on Parade No. B-5 (Short)
Himself (uncredited)

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Built Grauman's Chinese Theatre at 6925 Hollywood Boulevard, Hollywood, California. Ground breaking was on 5 January 1926. Opened 18 May 1927. The King of Kings (1927) was the first feature shown. Francis X. Bushman owned a ranch on the site, 1913-1915. It is now one of the ten most-visited places in Southern California. See more »

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